AUTHORS: K.A. Kuterbekov, K.Zh. Bekmyrza, A. Nikonov, S. Paranine, V. Hrustov, A. Lipilin, N. Pavzderin, T. Baitassov, A. Nygymanova
PAGES: 48 - 51
One of the main conditions for the transition to hydrogen energy is development of reliable, high-performance and cost-effective fuel cells, in which chemical energy is converted directly into electrical energy. The advantages of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) are: high electrical efﬁciency (50-60)%, in cogeneration with thermal energy the efﬁciency may reach 90%, and high operating temperatures (700 - 900 °C), which allows us to use practically any hydrocarbon fuel.
SOFC, fuel cell, hydrogen energy.
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